Engineered for real-world performance, especially on challenging roads and long days in the saddle. The Advanced-grade composite frame features endurance geometry with the perfect blend of light weight, stiffness and road-smoothing compliance. The OverDrive 2 steerer tube and full composite fork work together to boost front-end stiffness and precision. Disc brake technology with 12mm front and rear thru-axles gives you total control, even on rough roads and poor conditions. The D-Fuse seatpost smoothes out road vibrations, and the PowerCore bottom bracket turns every pedal stroke into positive forward motion.
Sizes XS, S, M, M/L, L, XL
Frame Advanced-grade composite
Fork Advanced-grade composite, Full-composite OverDrive 2 steerer
Handlebar Giant Contact SL, 31.8mm
Stem Giant Contact SL, OverDrive 2
Seatpost Giant D-Fuse SL, Composite
Saddle Giant Contact SL Neutral, SST tubular rails
Shifters Shimano RS785
Front Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2
Rear Derailleur Shimano Ultegra Di2
Brakes Shimano RS805, hydraulic disc, RT81 Ice-Tech 140mm Centerlock rotors
Brake Levers Shimano RS785
Cassette Shimano Ultegra 11x32, 11-speed
Chain KMC X11 SL
Crankset Shimano Ultegra, 34/50
Bottom Bracket Shimano, Press fit
Rims Giant SLR 1 Disc WheelSystem; 30mm deep, 23mm wide, Tubeless compatible, Full-composite
Hubs Giant SLR 1 Disc WheelSystem; Pawl driver, [F] 12mm axle, 20h [R] 142x12mm, 24h
Spokes Giant SLR 1 Disc WheelSystem; Sapim Race stainless
Tires Giant Gavia SL Tubeless, 700x25, Folding
Extras Ride Sense ANT+/Bluetooth, Tubeless rim strips and valves, Tubeless tire sealant
Weight The most accurate way to determine any bike?s weight is to have your local dealer weigh it for you. Many brands strive to list the lowest possible weight, but in reality weight can vary based on size, finish, hardware and accessories. All Giant bikes are designed for best-in-class weight and ride quality.
Our story begins in 1971. Bill Miller(Curt's dad) put a few bikes in a small storefront on Main Street in Nazareth. After selling through several times, Bill decided a larger space was needed. A space now occupied by Werkheiser's Shoes was large enough to allow 150 bikes to be displayed. This was during the bike boom of the early 70's. After paying rent for a few years Bill purchased the property on which the store now resides. A house occupied the piece of land and a showroom was added on. Many changes took place over the years... the most recent can be seen in these pictures. Our goal is to provide a comfortable place for customers to shop. Although we can't always have everything in stock we will do our best to meet every request.